Among the membership of the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) are exemplary volunteers whose tireless service and dedication has benefitted ACCC as well as the cancer care community. The Fellow of the Association of Community Cancer Centers (FACCC) honor was created to recognize these active members for their leadership and contributions and inspire increased engagement among their colleagues.
ACCC’s Past Presidents will be honored as the inaugural class during ACCC’s 38th National Oncology Conference (NOC) in October 2021.
Those eligible for this distinction are active ACCC members who have accumulated an engagement score of 50 or more points awarded for qualifying engagement and volunteer activities. Activities are scored based on ACCC’s points system.
Each year, a list of eligible ACCC members is reviewed by the Board of Trustees. Once approved, the new class ACCC Fellows will be conferred the lifetime FACCC status and recognized among their peers at the House of Delegates meeting during the Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit.
Oncology Issues Editorial Board Member
Faculty member or contributor to an ACCC Live Meeting
Contributor to ACCC print and digital content
Completing Financial Advocacy Boot Camp
ACCC Advocacy – ACCC-organized national or regional hill day event participation
Completing an ACCC comprehensive survey
Meeting Attendance - Attending an ACCC national or regional meeting
Pre-conference Event – Attending an ACCC Pre-Conference Event for NOC or AMCCBS
*Points are assigned either per activity or per year of role. Many of the activities listed have been tracked since 2017.
**Activities and roles are not limited to those listed.